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One of my current favourites to keep going back to, ScourgeBringer is set for a big upgrade and a full release on October 21 along with a new trailer out now.

Set in a post-apocalyptic world where a mysterious entity wreaked havoc on all humanity, ScourgeBringer puts you in the shoes of the deadliest warrior of her clan: Kyhra. Help her to explore the unknown and slash her way through ancient machines guarding the seal of her past, and maybe the redemption of humanity.

During Gamescom 2020, they released a new trailer to show off the different sections of the game you will be running and air-jumping through with the release date:

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I've had masses of fun with this already. It's perfectly streamlined to jump into for 'just one more run', much like the feeling I get from playing Dead Cells. ScourgeBringer is faster though, with smaller spaces to battle in and the movement system that lets you climb walls and zip around in the air is seriously great.

Not only is it going to leave Early Access with another update, it's also confirmed to be coming to the DRM-free focused store GOG as well.

You can follow it on GOG and Steam or buy it now on Steam.

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